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- First World War (1914-1918)
- Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial:
The war memorial in the village of Woolton Hill in northern Hampshire, near the county border with Berkshire, is a stone wheel cross on four-stepped octagonal base. The wheel is a laurel wreath and there are inscriptions on the top three steps commemorating the fallen of the two world wars. Behind the memorial is a screen of oak and iron rails built on a very low wall of brick with stone coping. The memorial stands in a gravelled area beside the lychgate of St. Thomas’ church behind a low post and chain fence on Church Road.
The memorial is Grade II listed.
For the names see the Hampshire WM website Links